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Visitors walk past a logo inside the Banca d'Italia in Rome. Under the government’s rescue plan, Monte Paschi will sell securities, dubbed “Monti bonds” after the prime minister’s surname, to the government with a 9 percent coupon that may rise to as much as 15 percent.

Photographer: Alessia Pierdomenico/Bloomberg

Visitors walk past a logo inside the Banca d'Italia in Rome. Under the government’s rescue plan, Monte Paschi will sell securities, dubbed “Monti bonds” after the prime minister’s surname, to the government with a 9 percent coupon that may rise to as much as 15 percent.
February 22, 2013
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